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Scots consumers with prepayment gas and electricity meters have been reminded to redeem energy rebate vouchers as the first expiry dates loom. Advice Direct Scotland, which runs the national energy advice service energyadvice.scot, urged households to take action if they have not received their vouc

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The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme will open for the third funding round of phase two of the scheme. A total of £3 million is available as grants to charities and community energy groups that support households most at risk from cold homes and high energy bills, or that work on

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Members of the public are being encouraged to attend a Staying Well and Warm Winter Roadshow tomorrow between 10am and 2pm at the Central Library. This free, non-ticketed event is open for anyone concerned about the increasing cost of living.

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A new £1 million energy fund to help residents in East Lothian heat their homes this winter has opened for applications. The partnership between Community Windpower, Advice Direct Scotland and East Lothian Council is open to people in the county struggling with their bills.

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People on low income can apply for a one-off payment of £150 from the Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee 2022/23 winter payments scheme to help them with their winter fuel bills. Residents of the seven Inverness Wards are encouraged to apply for the one-off £150 wi

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SHN editor Kieran Findlay finds out how the escalating energy crisis is affecting the sector and how associations are responding. Skyrocketing energy costs and inflation are directly impacting the operations of housing associations across Scotland with increased overheads forcing delays to maintenan

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North Lanarkshire Council has picked up a national Energy Efficiency Award after taking top place in the category for Council/Local Authority of the Year. The award recognises the local authority's vision in improving the energy efficiency of its homes and the environment, together with its drive to

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The Iona Heat Network has been unveiled as the winner of the Social Innovation Challenge 2022. Using an existing technology - ground source heat network – in an innovative way will allow residents of this remote Hebridean island to move away from a reliance on fossil fuels and address the prob

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Langstane Housing Association is to work in partnership with three established local organisations in a bid to help communities and support their tenants through these challenging times including the cost of living and energy crisis. Langstane has partnered with Scarf to spearhead its efforts in dis

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